Cambridge Judo Club, developed since 1906, welcomes adults from across Cambridge and the world, students and non-students.
We are a vibrant club with a diverse membership of beginners, social judoka and talented amateurs from Cambridge University and the surrounding area. We train hard, but with an ethos of fun, respect and personal development, so we cater for everyone from complete beginners to international-standard black belts.
We are also a social club, and regularly organise social events; from a post-training pint and/or meal and formal dinners, to trips away in England and abroad. The club has recently visited Germany, Finland, Poland, Belgium and Japan.
Please just come along to a training session to join in or find out more, or email email@example.com if you have any further questions.
The Club is affiliated to the British Judo Association (BJA), which is the largest Governing body in the UK and a member of the International Judo Federation.
Training is suspended as of 16/03/2020 until further notice following advice from the government to avoid all non-essential contact, with regards to the spread of covid-19. We hope that everyone continues to stay safe and well in these challenging times.
These are the regular training times for the year 2019-2020. Beginners are more than welcome to directly turn up at any Thursday sessions. If you’re comfortable with break falling, have a Judogi and know a few techniques then you will cope with any of the sessions. If you are really unsure which session is appropriate then drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out this enquiry form.
As a mixed University-City club, we train all year long. The minimum age is 16.
Tuesday 20.00-22.00 SUSPENDED
Technique and Randori session (Experienced players only)
Wednesday 20.00-21.30 SUSPENDED
There is a Randori session at Comberton Judo Club, which some of our members may attend.
Thursday 20.00-22.00 (Beginners’ Course starts 17th October 2019) SUSPENDED
Technique session (All welcome, especially absolute beginners)
Saturday 14.30-16.30 SUSPENDED
Technique and Randori session (mixed sessions, red-belts and above)
The membership page has information on how to become a member of the club and mat fees.
All sessions take place in the University Sports Centre. Unfortunately, during the University exams (late May – early June) we may not be able to use the Sports Centre and may train elsewhere, with a different timetable.